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So serene and Beaut ifiiL 
Jiisl lipping through life's simple pleasures. 
You're a legend in your own time, 
and do not realize the many potential things of which you possess. 



You cotne riding, on your black silky horse. 
So serene and beautiful Just gliding, 
through life's simple pleasures. You are a star. 
Just one individual unit. Why not take a trip, 
through life's simple pleasures. 



We the black institution: The University of Maryland Eastern Shore, 
Invite you to lake a trip with us. through life's simple plea.sures 



We have st rived hard to keep our lives awhole, 
but only because each new day is a new beginning. 
And we now strive for No end. 



And now. you have entered our world, close not one door 
for each is a step toward a new beginning, and we've 
only Just begun to be. So Serene and Beautiful. 
Bui, one of life's Simple pleasures. 



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THE CHANCELLOR'S 
COMMENTARY 

^ In the A IMS OF ED UCA TION, A If red 
North Whitehead espoused a kind of 
utilitarian education that would combine the 
imaginative ideas of the liberal arts with the 
practical elements central to skills and 
occupations. The academic exercises of the ^ 
intellect separated from the pressures, 
disappointments, and successes of daily work 
he believed, can become fruitless speculation. 
Similarly, work, no matter how skilled and \ 
specialized, eventually becomes dull, 
unfulfilling and devoid of meaning unless it is < 
illumined by imagination, vision, and an 
understanding of its significance in the 
broaded world of life. In short. Whitehead 
subscribes to an educational curriculum that 
produces persons who "possess both cultural 
and expert knowledge in some direction. " 

The University of Maryland, Eastern Shore 
has pursued this noble purpose in its 
preparation of the Class of 1978. The task has 
been challenging, and we take pleasure in 
knowing that each of us — student and 
teacher — has grown as a result of the 
encounter. 

Dr. William P. Hytche 





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SENIORS 




Debbie Beck 



Our own goals 
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Agnes Bland 



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Vaughn Holme 



Jacqueta Hytche 




Vicky Jones 



Deborah Lawson 




Carol Perkins 



David Purnell 




Estella Seymour 



Mary Sharif 




Doretta Smith 



Julius Smith 



SENIORS 




Pat Thomas 



Carol Trimier 



SENIORS 




Ron Williams 



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WANDA BRIDDELL 



SHIRLEY BERGER 

Martinsville. Va. 




BARBRA COLEMAN 





IRISCOLMES 
Washington. D.C. 




BEVERLY CORNISH 
Princess Anne 



MARTHA COX 




Donna Walton 
MISSJUNIOR 

Martinsville, Va. 




JOYCE CUTHEMBER 

Maryland 



STAFFORD 
DICKERSON 

Martinsville. Va. 



JOHNNORRIS 

New York 



DENISE DOUGLAS 
Baltimore 




THOMAS FARRAR 

South Carolina 



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BADGER GARNER 



MARY GRANT 

Martinsville. Va. 



DERRICK GREGORY 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 



MICHEALHALL 

Annapolis 




JOYCE HOLLAND 



JOSEPH HYLTON 

Martinsville, Va. 



BILLY HYTCHE 
Princess Anne, Md. 





BERNARD JOHNSON LEON JOHNSON 

Washington, D.C. Princess Anne 



DESIREE JONES 
Princess Anne, Md. 




GLENDA JONES 

Eden. Md. 




LARRY MACK 



TOBY MADISON 



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EVA MCGOWAN 



GREGG McINTOSH 

Detroit 




VIRGINIA MOORE 

N.J. 



GENISIS PARKER 



GERALDINE PINKARD 

Martinsville, Va. 





BARBRA SPENCER 

Martinsville, Va. 




MICHEAL THORNHILL 
Detroit 




RON POLLITTE 

Princess Anne 



THEODOSHIA ROBERTS 

Jesterville 




DEBBIETERRELL 

Westover. Md. 



DONNA WALTON 

Martinsville 



VICTORIA WELLS 
Detroit, Mich. 



CLASS OF 1980 




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JeffCiaines President 
Jud\ Mcken/.ie Vice-president 
Catherine Young Secretary 
Anita Hairstt)n Treasurer 







DAWN ADAMS 
New Jerse\ 



DON BAILEY 



CLBARhNC E BENJAMIN 
Washinaton. DC. 



FLORENCE BIM 







JEAN CARTER 



CATHERINE CHAPMAN 



ALVA CHESTERFIELD 

Virgin Islands 



JAMESCLAIBORNE 







BRYANT COLEMAN 



JONNIECOLEY 



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DARYL CRL'TCHFIELD 

Washington, DC. 




LAMONT DAVIS 

Sahsbur,. Md. 





AMELIA PINCKENS 

Federalsbure 





MISS SOPHOMORE 



Doretha Penn 
Martinsville, Va. 



KAREN DOUGLAS 

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KENNY DOUSE 




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ROBERT EASTERLY 

Marlinsville. Va. 






SHARON ELLIOT 

Cambridge, Md. 



JEFFREY GAINES 

Seat Pleasant 



LINDA GREEN 

Trenton. N.J. 




BART GRIFFIN 

Annapolis. Md. 




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JAMCFGRIF FIN 
New "lork 




ANITA HAIRSTON 

Martinsville, Va. 




JERRY HAMILTON 

Conn. 




ALLEN HANDY 



CARL HARDAWAY 

Hartford, Conn. 




CYNTHIA HARRIS 

Columbus. Md. 




DENICE HARRIS 

Cambridge. Md. 




JEFFREY JACKSON 

Manhatton, N.Y. 



JAMES JEFFERSON 




SHARON JOHNSON 
Annapolis. Md. 




PAUL JONES 

Martinsville. Va. 




ROBERT KRiEGISH 




JOHN MAYS III 

Prince George. Md. 





,IUDY McKENZIE 



BENJAMIN MULLINS 

Vt.qrlitmillf. Vn 





RENEE PARKER 



DORETHAPENN 

Martinsville, Va. 




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ARNOLD PEUGH 

Baltimore. Md. 



ANTIONETTE PUNSEY 

N.Y. 




RlCilNA LAWSON 
AllanlaCitv, N.J. 




CARL RIVERS 

Prince George, Md. 




CLAUDIA ROWEL 
Annapolis. Md. 



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KENNETH SIMMONS 
Bronx, NY. 




DIANNE SPENCER 

Portsmouth, Va. 




WILLIE SPENCER 

Martinsville, Va. 




GARY STEWART 

Princess Anne 



TONY TAYLOR 

Washington, D.C. 




RONALD TRESVANT 
Washington, D.C. 




JUILETTE WALKER 
Washington, D.C. 




ADOLEDE WALLACE 

Maryland 




CHARLES WATERS 

N,Y. 



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DONALD WEST 



KEITH WHEELER 



CATHY YOUNG 

Marlinsvillp V.q 




CI.ASSOKF K 1;RS 

Micheal Terrell President 
Douglas McC'lain Vice Presitleiil 
Marie Watkiiis Secrelary 
Arlene Perkins I reasurer 
Valeria Rdss Miss I'reshnian 




JANET BAILEY 




CLENTON BECKETT 
Salisbury, Md. 




AGNES BOND 
Maryland 



GWENDOLYN BROWN 
Washington, DC 



MYRON BROWN 
Washington, DC. 




LEWIS BUNTON 
Virginia 




RHONDA CANTY 
Baltimore. Md. 




KEVIN CARTER 
Washington, D.C. 




DENNIS CASSON 
Wilmington, Del. 



ANTHONY CHASE 




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RANDY CHENAULT 
Georgia 




DERECKE CLARK 




DARYLE COLEMAN 
Newark. New Jersey 




RONALD COLEMAN 

Wilmington 




MARCOS COLON 

San Juan. Puerto Rico 




JOSE COSTANGO 
Wilmington, Del. 





BRENDA ELLISON 

Newark. N.J. 



REGINALD ENNIS 




CHARLES DRAUGHN 

Jersey City, N.J. 




WILLIAM FRAZIER 

Hampton, Va. 



ALICE GARDNER 
Wilmington, Dei. 



JAMES GERALD 




JACKItCIB.SON 
Baltimore 




KENNETH COINS 
Philadelphia. Pa. 




FRANK HAIRSTON 

Martinsville, Va. 



JEFFERY HAIRSTON 

Martinsville, Va. 



LEO HAIRSTON 

Martinsville, Va. 




ROBIN HAIRSTON 

Martinsville 




TIMOTHY HAIRSTON 

Martinsville, Va. 



WANDA HALLENBECK 

Jersey City, N.J. 







CORNELL HAMPTON 

New York, N.Y. 




JEANETTE HARMON 
Westover, Md. 




CHARLES HAYES 
Charlotte, N.C. 



MARYAM HEDAYATI 
Iran 



LORN A HENRY 

Brooklyn. N.Y. 



MRS. HODGE 
Princess Anne. Md. 



KEEBLER HOLLEY 

Centerville, Md. 




SHARLENE HOWARD 
Washington, D.C. 



PATRICIA HUDSON 

Berlin. Md. 



MARCIA HURGUS 

Jamaica 



JOYCE JACKSON 

Greensboro, N.C. 



DEBORAH JENKINS 

Newark, N.J. 





DEBOK.'VH .JOHNSON 
Wash.ntlon, D.C. 




LYNN JOHNSON 
Wilmincton^ Del. 




RHONDA JOHNSON 

Perryville, Md. 



ALLEN HAYES 
East Orange, N.J. 




DONNA JONES 
Dames Ouarler. Md. 



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Baltimore, Md. 




ELSIE KELLAM 

Accomac. Va. 




TAMMY KANE 




PAULINE KING 
Philadelphia 




HERMAN LEE 

Philadelphia 




PAULETTE LESANE 
Baltimore 



GERALDINE LEWIS 
Georgetown. Del. 




PAMELA LEWIS 

Newark, N.J. 








CARLMACKLIN 
Bethesda. Md. 



JANIE MARTIN 
Salisbury, Md. 



BRENDA McGEE 



DOUGLAS McC LAIN 
Baltimore 



TARYN MILLER 
Long Island, N.Y. 






SUSAN MIZELLE 
Landover, Md. 



ARNOLD MOSELY 

N.Y. 



MIKE MURPHY 

N.J. 




GEORGE NOCK 

Baltimore 




WANDA PACSHELL 

Trenton, N.J. 








VALERIE PARHAM 

Portsmouth, Va. 



JEANETTE PARKER 

Snow Hill, Md. 



RENE PARKER 

Princess Anne, Md. 



SAM PARKER 



ARLENE PERKINS 
Phila., Pa. • 




CAROL HENDERSON 
Trenton, N.J. 




JEFFREY PERRY 
Ewing. N.J. 




SHARON PERRY 
Long Island, N.Y. 



GERALD PERSON 
Queens, N.Y. 




ROSALYN PRENNE 




SANDRA POOLE 
Pocomoke, Md. 



JEFFREY 
RICHARDSON 



GREGORY RIDDICK 

Phila., Pa. 



ERIC RODDY 

Columbus, Ohio 



STEVE SCOTTON 
Phila., Pa. 




RON SHOWELL 

Springfield. Mass. 



PHYLLIS STANFORD 

East Orange, N.J. 



JEFFREY SMITH 
Millsboro, Del. 



WILLIAM SMITH 
Baltimore 



MARCHETTE 
SOUTHERLAND 
Newark, Delaware 



HENRY SPEARS 
Baltimore 




GREGSTANSBURY 
Aberdeen, Md. 



JOANNSTURGIS 
Phila.. Pa. 



ANTHONY SUMPTON JAMES TAYLOR 

NY. Oxford, Md. 




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ARLETTE TRIMMINGS 
Cambridge 




JAMES WALLACE 

N.Y., N.Y. 




RICKY WALLACE 



STEVE WALSTON 
Philadelphia 



KAREN WALTON 
Martinsville, Va. 



KEITH WARREN 
Plainsfield, N.J. 



DEBRA WATERS 
Snow Hill, Md. 



MARIE WATKINS 
Cambridge. Md. 





ZORRO WEST 
Virginia 



REGGIE WILSON 
New Haven, Conn. 



JAMES WHITE 
Philadelphia 



LINDA WHITE 
Brooklyn, NY 



YVONNE WILSON 



JAMES WISE 
Washington. D.C. 



CAROLYN WILLIAMS 
Salisbury, Md. 




JEFFREY WORTHY 
New Jersey 




ROBERTWILLIAMS 
Washington. DC. 




CHERYL 
YARBOROUGH 

Philadelphia 



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shines, unity opens to such activities as 
baseball, tennis, basketball, and many 
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SPEAKERS. . 






LEADERS 





FASHION 
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VISITORS 







VISITING ARTIST 




WHO'S WHO 

AMONG 

COLLEGES AND 

UNIVERSITIES 



Berlina Farrare 




Carolyn Gross 






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Rhonda Jones 



William Jones 



WHO'S WHO 

AMONG 

COLLEGES AND 

UNIVERSITIES 




Brvani Mitchell 






Mohammond Sharif 






Shirley Washington 



WHO'S WHO 

AMONG 

COLLEGES AND 

UNIVERSITIES 




Only A FEW LEFT 

(America's Pushkin Sings no 
more — to Langston Hughes) 



The time has come 
when bravery 
is not he 
who is abundant 
with heroic deeds 
for the 



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little black man 

over there 

surrounded by people 

he's talking — 

bravery lies in his 

words, 

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SALUTES. . . 




DRAMA SOCIETY 







Our 78 Drama Society has exhib- 
ited extremely good performances 
under the direction of Miss Delia 
Dameron. They have also made 
recent performances on the road 
and neighboring areas. 



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ALPHA PHI ALPHA FRATERNITY INC 




President George Palmer 

Vice President John Snowden 

Secretary Anthony Coins 

Treasurer Robert Woody 

Dean of Pledges Anthony Walker 

Assistant Dean Otis L. Autry 



Alpha Phi Alpha was the first Black college fraternity, 
and was founded December 4. 1906 at Cornell Univer- 
sity in response to the plight of Black Americans at that 
time. 

Today, after 72 years of service. Alpha Phi Alpha 
stands as the largest Black Creek fraternity in the world. 
Well over 70.000 men have crossed the burning sands 
into Alpha. 

There are 545 college and alumni chapters, in 44 
states in America, the West Indies. Europe, Africa, and 
the Virain Islands. 




SPHINX CLUB "Second lo ONLY one." 



ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY INC. 




Basileus Antoinette Coleman 

Anti-Basileus Denise Davis 

Grammateus Wanola Jackson 



Tamiochous Janet Simmons 

Dean of Pledges Benita Gordy 



The Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority is committed to high scholastic and ethical standards: the development of 
unity and friendship among college women; the promotion of higher education, and service to all mankind. We 
believe that people orientated programs must be geared to meet the real needs of the people if they are to be 
effective and meaningful. We believe that Alpha Kappa Alpha has the trained resources, national and local stat- 
ure to meet the challenges and make a positive impact on our constantly changing world. 



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ZETA PHI BETA SORORITY INC. 




ZETA OFFICERS 

President Deborah Shockley 

Vice President Carol Perkins 

Financial Secretary Denise Perry 

Recording Secretary Yvonne Edwards 

Treasurer Eva McGowan 



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Zeta Phi Beta was organized at Howard University on January 16. 
1920 as the result of the encouragement given to the 5 founders by 
Charles and Langston Taylor, members of Phi Beta Sigma fraternity. 
Thus, Zeta Phi Beta and Phi Beta Sigma became the first official 
Greek-letter sister and brother organizations. 

The idea of the founders was that the sorority would reach college 
women in all parts of the country who were sorority minded and 
desired to follow the ideals of finer womanhood that Zeta Phi Beta 
had set up. 

The organization has spread to all sections of the U.S. and parts of 
Africa. There are now more than 300 undergraduate and graduate 
chapters divided into 9 regions. Zeta Phi Beta was formed at U.M.E.S. 
in 1944. 

The objectives of finer womanhood, sisterly love and scholarship 
have brought together women from all parts of the country and 
includes women in all professions. These women become an integral 
part of the community and have interested themselves in civic and 
social betterment throughout the world. 




PHI BETA SIGMA FRA TERNITY INC. 




President — Julius Smith, Jr. 

Vice President — Christopher Rodman 

Secretary — Ronald Thaxton 



Treasurer — Cornell Smith 

Dean of Pledges — Edgardo Green 

Advisors — U. S. McPherson 



Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc. was founded on January 9, 1914, on the campus of Howard University. It 
is one of eight Black Greek organizations in the nation. It has grown to be a very influential factor on the 
black population. 

Phi Beta Sigma puts great emphasis on its national programs of Education. Social Action, and bigger and 
better businesses. These programs were all formed for the betterment of society. 

Greek organizations are supposed to be a powerful force in college life. As this force is used in Phi Beta 
Sigma Fraternity, Alpha Mu Chapter it is for the advancement of knowledge as it is expressed in our motto 
"Culture For Service and Service For Humanity." 




The Phi Bela Sigma Cresent Club. 



OMEGA PSI PHI FRA TERNITY INC. ^^0 




OFFICERS 

President Bruce Nicholas 

Vice President Edward Comerford 

Keeper of Records Lewis Miles 

Keeper of Finance Daryl Foster 

Chaplain Gary Stewart 

Dean of Pledges Robert Bell 

Secretary Kevin Hughson 

Fraternity Advisor Robert Dowery 



Omega Psi Phi is a repertoire of social morality, branching outward 
and installing the teaching of brotherhood. 

We the brothers of Omega Psi Phi are not sleep-walking structures 
rambling about, but we are men. vivid and aware of the needs of human- 
ity. We see ourselves as the model of strength and not the last straw of 
weakness. We strive for the scholarship of knowledge and perserverence 
in this hardship called life. We are granules of burning sand that typify 
the best molding of men. 

In understanding that time is never motionless, but always evolving 
rapidly, we find the stopping point of time and plant our seeds of Omega 
which carry our supreme and sacred principles, which makes the differ- 
ence in a man. 



GAMMA SIGMA SIGMA FEE 




Gamma Sigma Sigma is a national service sorority 
based on tiie high ideals of service. 

Not only are the members serving on this campus, but 
they are active in community and national affairs. 

We, the sisters of Gamma Sigma Sigma, serve to 
develop friendship among women of all races and 
creeds, bv working side bv side in all areas. 




GAMMA PHI OMEGA FRATERNITY INC. 




President — Havon Couslar 
Vice President — Ronald Henry 
Treasurer — Kurt C. Thompkins 



Gamma Phi Omega, today's fraternal organization for aspiring young men, is primarily dedicated to 
developing leaders among men. The objectives of our organization include maintaining a high frater- 
nal life and inter-fraternal relationships, cooperating with colleges and community authorities in their 
efforts to maintain high scholarship standards as well as social standards. And to provide a forum for 
the discussion of questions of interest to the college community and Fraternal world. 

Begun in 1961 and ever reaching toward the sun, we strive toward academic excellence and the pro- 
pagation of social service. 



GROO VE PHI GROO VE SOCIA L 
FELLOWSHIP INC. 




GROOVE PHI GROOVE OEFICERS 

President Cecil Johnson 

Vice President Tyrone Wheatley 

Secretary James Jefferson 

Treasurer Bryant Mercer 

Dean of Pledges James Jefferson 

Groove Phi Groove Social Fellowship Inc. was founded October 12. 1962 on the campus of Morgan State Univer- 
sity. The founders felt the need for changing the complacent traditionalism in a pseudo fraternal organization. 

We, the Brothers of Groove Phi. being aware of the mcreasing complexity of men's problems, especially Black men, 
and realizing the necessity of forming an organization for the purpose of studying and solving! such problems, do there- 
fore organize this fellowship in order to cultivate and encourage high scholastics and good ethical standards. To pro- 
mote unity and improve the social stature among college men. We also attempt to create intelligent and effective lead- 
ership, to study and help alleviate those social and economic problems concerning boys and men, in order to improve 
the stature of mankind. 



SWING PHI SWING Social Fellowship Inc. 




Swing Phi Swing Social Fellowship incorporated was founded in 1969. Its basic purpose is to better the community, 
and to serve the community with pride and dignity. 

Swing Phi Swing serves as a sister organization to Groove Phi Groove. Three sisters proudly wear the colors of white 
and black symbolizing the newly formed Maisha Chapter of Swing Phi Swing. TTiese sisters are as follows: Sharlene 
Howard, a freshman majoring in sociology; Sharon Johnson, a sophomore majoring in medical technology; and Clau- 
dia Rowel, also a sophomore majoring in English. TTiere are two young men who serve as Swing Phi Swing Court mem- 
bers, Archie Griffin and Gerald Armwood. 

The sisters of Swing Phi Swing proudly sing "it's our aim to do the best (that) we can, to help and serve our fellow 
man." 



ART CLUB 




A closely knilled organizalion under ihe advisors of Mr. Ken- 
neth Rogers. This Cluh has been responsible for several campus 
activities. It"s members are as follows: 



L-R. Siiiin!>: Micheal Walker. Donna Walton, Stafford Dickerson. 
L-R. Siundinf>: Gregg Mcintosh. Tansa Evans. Badger Gardner. 
Peggy Turpin. Advisor — Mr. Kenneth Rogers. 

"So few, but so strong." Talents are demonstrated amongst this 
group m the areas of painting, crafts, printing, photography, 
ceramics, Historv. and manv others. 



THEY ADD SPICE. 




FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS 

Renee Parker 

Terri Jackson 

Gwen Brown 

Jacqueline Palmer 

Vicki Wells 

Eva McGowen 

Carolotta Mack 

Katrina Salters 



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. . .TO EVER YTHING THA T'S NICE 



BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS 

Vicki Wells 
Eva McGowen 
Carolotta Mack 
Debbie Jenkins 

Cheryl 
Gwen Brown 
Katrina Salters 
Terri Jackson 




LADIES AND GENTLEMEN CLUB 




OFFICERS 

President Donald West 

Vice President Steven Jones 

Secretary Jassetta Smith 

Treasurer Lillie Greene 



The Ladies and Gentlemen's Club is based on campus and community interaction; university 
communication and positive thinking that will develop strong cultural and spiritual behavior for 
individual leadership. 



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EASTERN SHORE 


FOURTH ANNUAL ART FESTIVAL \ 


Magic Shows 


String Art 


Exhibits 


Crafts 


Humanities 


Print Mai<ing 


Paintings 


Raku Pottery 


Sculpture 


Dancing 


Drawing 


Pottery 


Ceramics 


Jewelry 



MISS 



1977 




UNIVERSITY OF Maryland 

EASTERN SHORE 




QUEENS 



Gail Aiken 
Miss Hawk 





Gilda Braxton 

Miss Art 




AiUoinette Coleman 
Miss AKA 



Valarie Crawford 
Miss Gamma Sigma Sigma 




QUEENS 



Denise Davis 
Miss Senior 





Denise Douglas 
Miss Kappa Alpha Psi 




Yvonne Edwards 
Miss Physical Education 



Starmayne Gosa 
Miss Omega Psi Phi 



QUEENS 




Terry Grantham 
Miss Alpha Phi Alpha 





Miss Hediati 
Miss International 




Am>' Hudson 
Miss Black Teenage 



Martina Johnson 
Miss Gamma Phi Omega 




QUEENS 




Eva McGowan 
Miss Phi Beta Lambda 



Cheryl Mials 
Miss Phi Beta Sigma 





Barbra Murphy 
Miss Homeconomic 



Jacqueline Palmer 
Miss Groove Phi Groove 




QUEENS 



Doretha Penn 
Miss Sophomore 





Theodoshia Roberts 
Miss Drama 



V'aiane Ross 
vliss Freshman 




Arnette Samuel 
Miss Elem. Ed. 




QUEENS 




Estella Seymour 
Miss Clefters 



Deborah Shockley 
Miss Zeta Phi Beta 





Doretta Smith 
Miss Enehsh 



Joyce Stevenson 
Miss Veteran 




QUEENS 



(ja\le ra\k)r 
Miss Calendar Girl 





Donna Walton 
Miss Junior 




Amelia Watts 
Miss Gospel Choir 



Victoria Wells 
Miss Cheerleader 





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1977 SCHEDULE 




UMES 




OPP. 


12 


Towson State U 


13 





Howard University 


15 


14 


Livingstone College 


7 





Delaware State 


22 





Morgan State U 


14 





N. Carolina A&T 


49 


14 


N. Carolina Central 


6 


14 


Fort Valley State 


17 


7 


South Carolina State 


42 


13 


Hampton Institute 


15 


20 


Bowie State 


18 




The record this year does not tell the whole story. Each 
Saturday, the fighting HA WKS and their coach, Harold Gray, 
ran onto the field proudly and left the field just as proudly, 
satisfied in the knowledge that they had performed well. Our 
formidable opponents, too, knew that they had to fight for their 
victory. The A Ima Mater was sung after each game, for we were 
there, and we knew we had something to be proud of. 






UMES 
WIN OR 



LOVE THOSE 




HA WKS, 
LOSE! 




BASKETBALL 




1977-78 SCHEDULE 



VIRGINIA UNION U. 
HAMPTON INSTITUTE 

SALISBURY STATE 

LINCOLN UNIVERSITY 

ST. MA R Y'S COLLEGE 

ST. PAUL'S COLLEGE 

HAMPTON INSTITUTE 

MORGAN STATE U 

N. CAROLINA CENTRAL 

N. CAROLINA A&T STATE 

ST MARY'S COLLEGE 

DELAWARE STATE 

N. C AROLINA CENTRAL 

CAROLINA A&T STATE 

157 PAUL'S COLLEGE 

HOW 4RD UNIVERSITY 

SALISBURY STATE 

SOUTH CAROLINA ST A TE 

HOWARD UNIVERSITY 

COP PIN STA TE COLLEGE 

SOUTH CAROLINA STATE 

VIRGINIA UNION U 

MORGAN STATE U 

DELAWARE STATE 



'AND WE ARE READY. . .TO BEGIN. 





"IT IS NOT OUR GOAL TO ALWAYS WIN. 
BUT TO NEVER BE CONSIDERED 
A LOSER" 

D. A. Waites 

It has always been the trademark of the HAWKS to strive and 
perservere ... in an attempt to kick off a "winning habit," proud 
and collectively the HAWKS performed admirably. They were full 
of spectacular talent, and a day with the HAWKS, was a day of uni- 
que experiences. 



New HeaJ Coach Kirklancl Hall 



"Rejoice in its dawning, HAWK fan, our tomorrow has come, and winning is only a season away. Do not worry about the path 
that we are on, for where we have tread has been well traveled. We can see the road ahead ... it glitters of GOLD . . . IVE 
KNOW OUR TASK. Who will be tomorrow's hero? Why not all of us, includmg YOU, HAWK fan!!" 




L-R. Slanding: M. Armwood, W. Hytche, W. Dickerson. M. Is.sac. W. Wilhurn. S. Hay. A. Armwood, Coach Hall. Knt'clini> K. Simmons. R. Shellv. W. 
Richardson, S. Dillard, B. Williams, L. Miles, R. Dash. 



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Siandmg. L-R: S. Howie, J. MoloLk, H. Spence, P. Hull, A, Smith, Y. Edwards, Kneeling: Coach Wells. L. Ross, D. Perry, J. 
Brown, T. Waters, Coach Cannon. 



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Hampton Relays 

Delaware State Relays 

Towsend Invitational Relays 

Howard Relays 

Norfolk Relays 

ME AC Relays 

Penn State Relays 



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Mr. Steve Section won U.M.E.S. national recognition bv placine "ith in the 126 pound weight class of the NAIA Wrestling Tournament. 1978. 
THANKS STEVE" 








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lege and University's Third Team All-Amencan ros- 
ter for the 1977-78'season. THANKS "CHICK"!! 



STAFF 



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Dr Bass 

Asst. Prof./Science 



Dr Burks 

Assoc. Prof./English 



FA CULTYA ND ST A FF 




Dr. Bing 
Assoc. Prof./ Ed. 



Gloria Bland 
Sec. /Office 



Mr. Buchanan 
Program Analysl II 




Mr. Cop land 

Asst. Prof./lndust. Ed 



Linda Corbin 

Office Sec. Placement 



Ms. Cornish 
Steno-Clerklll 



FACULTY AND STAFF 




Ms. Delia Dameron 
Lecturer/English 




Mrs Eu 

Asst. Prof. /Home Economics 



FACULTY AND STAFF 




Ms. Fontaine 
Sieno-CIerk III 



Mr. Frednco 
Coach /Football 




Mr. Gray 

Head Football Coach 



Mr. Greenlee 
Lab- Technician 




A (ma Gregg 
Assoc. Prof. /Music 






Dr. Gup I a 
Lecturer/Science 



Ms Harmon 
Lecturer/ Math 



FA CULTYA ND STA FF 




Dr Johnson 



Mr. John 
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Dr Jones 
Assoc. Prof./Fd 





Dr. Kadushm 

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Dr. Kaup 




FA CULTYA ND STA FF 



Mrs. Keenan 
Lecturer/Social Science 







Mr. Legan 
Maintenance Worker 



Dr Leh 

Asst. Prof/English 




Dr link 
R(-^t..rJl,S 



James Lunnerman 
Engineenng Tech. IV 



FACULTY AND STAFF 





FACULTY AND STAFF 





FACULTY AND STAFF 




Dr. Richardson 

Executive Asst. /Chancellor 



Mrs. Richardson 
Director/Cooperative Ed. 





Mr. Rodgers 
Instructor/ Art 





Mr. Sanku 
Inslructor/ Business 



Mr Satchell 

Acting Head/Art Dept. 




Mr. Schneider 
Writing Specialist 



Mr. Shafer 

Math. Ed.Speciahst 



Dr Sh(nvc// 

Director Student Special Services 



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Mr. Udeshi 
Assoc. Libranan 



Dr. yaiighn 

Prof./Agncultun 




Mrs Wallace 

Assoc. Prof. /Home Economics 



FACULTY AND STAFF 



\lr Hull. 
Lecturer 




Elizciheih Wi-hsn 
Steno-Clerk 111 





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CAMPUS 



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WHO IS THE BEST WHA T. 




"IN THE LIMELIGHT" 
CAROL PERKINS 
STEVE SCOTTON 

Kenneth Simmons 
Vickie Jones — Maurice Dew 




A CA DEMIC A CHIE VERS 
KATRINA SALTERS 
BRYANT MITCHELL 

Joyce Holland — Richard Edison 
Kathv Youns — Ronald Thaxton 



MOST SERIOUS 

DONNA WALTON 

KENNETH EPPS 

Joyce Holland — Tyrone Wheatley 
Phyllis Trader — Toby Madison 




BIGGEST FLIRT 

RENEE PARKER 

JAMES LaSANE 

Edwina Gosa — Kirk Colbert 

Joanne Douglas — Robert Bell 



MOSTARTISTIC 

VICKI JONES 

STAFFORD DICKERSON 

Peggy Turpin — Charlie Perry 
Gilda Braxton — Alfonzo Murphy 





POPULAR PEOPLE 

DEBRA WAITES 
ANDRE ARMWOOD 

Pinkie Spencer — Niles Ford 
Denise Douglas — James LaSane 



MOST ATHLETIC 
YVONNE EDWARDS 
GERALD ARMWOOD 

Teresa Waters — Kirk Colbert 
Phyllis Hull — Ed Jackson 




BEST COUPLES 
KAREN DOUGLAS AND ARNOLD PUGH 

Hector Crespo and Beverly Cornish 
Debra Waites and Andre Armwood 



BEST PERSONA LITY 

CAROL PERKINS 

FLOYD BLACKETT 

Leona Jones — Joeseph Settles 
Rosalyn Wooten — Bruce Nicholas 





MOST AMBITIOUS 

GWEN BROWN 
KEVIN HUGHSON 

Kathy Young — Carl Hardaway 
Portia Hines — Ralph Esquilin 



BIGGEST CLOWNS 

CAROLOTTA MACK 

BYRON EATON 

Renee Parker — Fred Jackson 
Stella Seymour — Al Robinson 




MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 

KATHY YOUNG 

BRYANT MITCHELL 

Katrina Salters — Derek Douglas 
Brenda Blake — Edward Jackson 




BEST DRESSED 
VICTORIA WELLS 
JEFFREY PERRY 

Denise Davis — Andre Armwood 
Martina Johnson — Ernest Tarter 




MOST TALKATIVE 

EARA WALKER 
ANDRE ARMWOOD 

Wanda Bridell — Eric Brown 
Sandra Skinner — Greg Riddick 



"TALENTED" 

SHARON JOHNSON 

EDWARD COMERFORD 

Ronnie Bell — Tyrone Smith 
Victoria Wells — Niles Ford 





"LOOKING GOOD" 

TARYN MILLER 

FLOYD BLACKETT 

Dedra Jones — Jeffrey Wallace 

Denise Douglas — Fred Douglas 



SCHOOL SPIRIT 

GAIL AIKEN 
LEON BROWN IN 

Carolotta Mack — Reggie Ennis 
Kerri McPherson — Byron Eaton 




MOST OUTSPOKEN 

KAREN LEE 
DEREK DOUGLAS 

Vickie Jones — Ronald Brown 
Stella Seymour — Cecil Johnson 




MOST INDIVIDUAL 

ALVA CHESTERFIELD 

CLEO DAVIS 

Gretta Lee — Vernon Peaks 
Phyllis Hull — Carter Boston 




MOST MUSICAL 

LEONA JONES 

BERNARD JOHNSON 

Gail Aiken — Edward Comerford 
Sandra Costen — James Upshur 




BEST ALL-AROUND 

DEBRA WAITES 
GERALD ARMWOOD 

Yvonne Edwards — Edward Jackson 
Carol Perkins — Joe Settles 




A Tribute to Our 




DA\ IMA WALLACE 

Home Economics Dept. 

20 years service 



JAMES CLELLAND 

Building Construction 
35 years service 




Retirees 





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A visiting artist demonstrates some of his talent to interested observers. One of the many cultural activities sponsored by U.M.E.S. to 
exhibit expert knowledge. 



CAMPUS PEEPS 




By being allenlive and taking good notes these students could 
be workinK towards the treasure. 






Dr. Bass and iielpful students perform an experiment as part of a learning task through experi 
nientatKin. 



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SOUL 




The U.M.E.S. Soul FapIomofi hand under the direction of Ro\ Marlin performed ouiM.indinglv for the foothall games for the 77-78 
foolhall campaign. 



EXPLOSION!!! 



\1aii\ licHirs of prculice and dedication hy the band members could have 
onlv resulted m the fine performances that thev eave us durinc the fool- 
bali eames. 




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bands "boosie bral." 



After practice is done it's time to perform and here Soul Explosion show 

iheir stuff and realK eet down! 



CAMPUS PEEPS 








Engrossed in the inslruclor's lecture. 






A visiting pianist entertains a music class and its instructor. Such performances are not only 
enjoyed, but are also educational to the student who plans his career as a musician, or instructor of 
the art. 




Speaker 



Andrew 
YounE 



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78 78 78 78 78 78 CLASS OF 78 







Congratulations. . .Congratulations. . .Congratulations. . 




Editor: 
Stafford Dickerson 




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Mr. Stafford Dickerson. son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H. Dicker- 
son, of Martinsville, Va., is a 1975 
graduate of Laurel Park High 
School. 

Mr. Dickerson was a 1976 co- 
ordinator, and 77-78 editor of the 
Hawk yearbook, a 1978 candi- 
date for Who's Who Among 
American Colleges and Universi- 
ties, and a Residential Assistant 
for Somerset Dormitory. He is 
also the president of the Art Club, 
and a member of Campus Pals. 




Miss Debra "Scoop" Waites, 1978 Co-edi- 
tor of the Hawk yearbook, is a graduate of 
East Orange High School. 

Miss Waites is a native of New Jersey, and 
also the Intramural Sports Co-ordinator 
here. Along with other qualifications. Miss 
Waites is filled with new ideas. 



Co-Editor 

Ms. Debra Waites 




Mr. Timothy Hairston, a 1976 graduate of 
Martinsville High School, is a Freshman 
majoring in Business. He is a member of the 
UMES Track Team and Suit Club. He plans 
to receive his degree in 1 98 1 . 



Freshman Layout Editor 
Mr. Timothy Hairston 



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Ms. Hines, a Senior, spends most of 
her spare time tangling with the beauty 
of words as a poet. 



Copy Editor 
Miss Hines 




Mr. Lydell Hairston, a graduate of 
Martinsville High School, is a freshman 
majoring in Industrial Arts. 

Mr. Hairston is a very active student 
who participates in many fund raising 
activities and clubs. 



Underclassman Editor: 
Mr. Lydell Hairston 



HAWK MESSAGE 

(YEARBOOK STAFF) 



Yearbook Office 



1978 



To Whom It May Concern, 

The 1978 Hawk yearbook staff, would like to thank, Mr. Wiles, our photog- 
rapher, and each and everyone for their participation in fund raising projects 
and picture taking activities, which made this book possible. 

We would also like to express our apology to all those who are not pictured 
or failed to meet picture taking deadlines. 

We hope that our edition will be one of many memories in the future. 



Editor, 
Stafford Dickerson 




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P.S. Congratulations to all Seniors 



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Abbott. Daniel L. 
305 Market St. 
Laurel. DE 19956 



Booker. Gail B. 
Box No. 1939 
Campus 



Chase. Walter E. 
Rt. 1. Box 89 
Oxford. MD 21654 



Adem. Abdulkadir A. 
Box No. 1426 
Campus 



Bozman Jr.. Floyd G. 

Rt. 3. Box 218 

Princess Anne. MD 21853 



Christmas. Catherine E. 
6 Manor Rd. 
Elkton. MD 21921 



Afework. Yohannes 
2705 AgerRd.. #102W. 
Hyattsville. MD 20782 

Allen. Nancy D. 
12605 Benham St. 
Cleveland. OH 44105 

Anderson. Valane 
Box No. 1489 
Campus 

Bailey. Rose M. 
Route 1. Box 379 
Eden. MD 21822 

Ballard, Maggie A. 
Box No. 1449 
Campus 

Banire. Muyideen A. 
UMES — Box 1773 
Princess Anne. MD 21853 



Bradford, Katherme C. 
Rehobeth. MD 21857 

Braxton. Gilda M. 
Box No. 2046 
Campus 

Brown. Kathye D. 
Box No. 1658 
Campus 

Brown. Mabel E. 
S. Division St. Ext. 
Fruitland. MD 21826 

Brown. Ronald C. 
Box No. 1795 
Campus 

Brown III. Alonzo A. 
217 N. 4th St. 
Cnsfield. MD 21817 



Coleman. Antoinette A. 
723 Rosemont Ave. 
Cambridge. MD 21613 

Cone, Sondra T. 
llSCenterwood St. 
N.Babylon. NY 11703 

Cook, Douglas G. 
Box No. 1280 
Campus 

Corbin. Alva L. 
713 Olivia St. 
Salisbury. MD 21801 

Couslar. Havon 
Box No. 1568 
Campus 

Crawford. Georgeann 
313 Seth Place 
Rockville. MD 20850 



Beck. Delbra M. 
Box No. 1722 
Campus 

Bentley. Anthony A. 
Box No. 1445 
Campus 



Burgess, Mary L. 
Rt. l,Boxl81 
Marion, MD 21838 

Butler. Lucille M. 

Box 109 

Crisfield. MD 21817 



Crawford, Valerie D. 

House 85 

Lamberton. PA 15452 

Cypress. Sharon M. 
Box No. 1238 
Campus 



Blackwell. Sheila Y. 
Box No. 1980 
Campus 



Byrd, Curtis E. 
Rl. 2. Box 291 

Sahsburv. MD 21801 



Davis. Denise L. 
Box No. 1132 
Campus 



Bogale. Berhanu 
Box No. 1222 
Campus 



Campbell. Mary S. 
1000 Market St. 
Pocomoke. MD 21851 



Davis. Francine D. 
Box No. 1772 
Campus 



SENIOR DIRECTORY 



Demissie, Ephraim 


Freeman. Leslie 


Hytche, Jaqueta A. 


Box No. 1427 


Box No. 1325 


Box No, 1575 


Campus 


Campus 


Campus 


Dennis. Clara E. 


Gates. David H. 


Irwm, Stephen J. 


Box No. 1516 


Box No. 1765 


61 12 Church Dr. 


Campus 


Campus 


Brandy wme, MD 20613 


Doane, Cherry A. 


Gayle, Mendel D. 


Jangdharrie, Rosalyn S. 


UMES — Box 2038 


Box No. 1493 


5004 F Moravia Rd. 


Princess Anne. MD 21853 


Campus 


Baltimore, MD 21206 


Doane. Rose D. 


Gibbs. James E. 


Javois, Terry S. 


Box No. 1914 


3133 Lamb Ave. 


Mason Rd.. P.O. 523 


Campus 


Richmond. VA 23222 


Pr. Frederick. MD 20678 


Douglas. Derrick M. 


Gillette Jr.. Linwood 


Johnson. Audrey J. 


Box No. 1909 


2526 N. 23rd St. 


Box 109 


Campus 


Philadelphia. PA 19132 


Chance. MD 21816 


Early. Catherine M. 


Coins. Anthony 


Johnson. Cecil G. 


401 W. Federal St. 


Rt. l.Box349 


Box No. 1622 


Snow Hill. MD 21863 


Eden.MD 21822 


Campus 


Emerson. Marilyn E. 


Gordy. Benita L. 


Johnson. Mae P. 


1266 Morse St. NE 


Box No. 1405 


Rt. l.Box 186, West Rd 


Washington. DC 20002 


Campus 


Salisbury, MD 21801 


Eneme. Joshua E. 


Green. Patricia A. 


Jones, Bill 


3834 Baring St. 


Rt. l.Box245 


3 1 Beckford Ave, 


Philadelphia. PA 19104 


Westover. MD 21871 


Princess Anne, MD 21853 


Eyassu. Tewelde 


Hill. Robert S. 


Jones, Kim H, 


1201 13th St.. #702 


P.O. Box 545 


Box No. 1762 


Washington. DC 20005 


Salisbury. MD 21801 


Campus 


Farrare. Bertina 0. 


Holmes, Vaughn F. 


Jones, Rhonda W. 


Box No. 1815 


Box No, 1192 


Box No. 1425 


Campus 


Campus 


Campus 


Feddiman. Rufus H. 


Howard, Anna W. 


Jones, Walter N. 


803 Fourth St. 


UMES — Box 1048 


Rt. 3, Box 445 


Pocomoke, MD 21851 


Princess Anne, MD 21853 


Princess Anne, MD 21853 


Foster. Robert W. 


Hutt, Narita L. 


Jubilee, James K. 


Box No. 1929 


426 Keene Ave. 


P.O. Box 58 


Campus 


Salisbury, MD 21801 


Melfa. VA 23410 



SENIOR DIRECTOR Y 



Kendall, Margaret L. 


Molock, Norby T. 


Paryavi. Gholam H. 


Box No, 2028 


Box312AAireysRd. 


UMES— Box 1964 


Campus 


Cambridge, MD 21613 


Princess Anne, MD 21853 


King, Taoreed A. 


Murphy, Beverly S. 


Perkins, Carol A. 


41 Onitana Rd., Suru-Lere 


Box No. 1542 


Box No. 1456 


Lagos, Nigeria 


Campus 


Campus 


Kurtz, Catherine M. 


Myers, Janice L. 


Pugh, Mary L. 


Rt. l,Box98B 


Box No. 1152 


Box No. 1441 


Pocomoke.MD 21851 


Campus 


Campus 


Lawson, Deborah E. 


Nicholas, Howard B. 


Purnell, David C. 


Box No. 1412 


Box No. 1759 


435 W. Market St. 


Campus 


Campus 


Snow Hill, MD 21863 


Lee, Karen J. 


Obasuyi, Owen B. 


Raikes, Joseph E. 


Box No. 1339 


UMES — Box 1461 


291 N. Walnut St. 


Campus 


Pnncess Anne, MD 21853 


East Orange, N J 07017 


Lemma, Ermias 


Ojo, Gabriel A. 


Roberson, Paul B. 


UMES — Box 1032 


531 E. William St. 


Box 175 


Princess Anne, MD 21853 


Salisbury, MD 21801 


Chance, MD 21816 


Mack, Caroletta 


Oshunwusi, Marsaret A. 


Rodman, Christopher M. 


Box No. 1129 


Box No. 1259 


Box No. 1189 


Campus 


Campus 


Campus 


Mason, Florence W. 


Ositelu, Adegboyega 


Russell, Harold E. 


806 Miami Ave. 


235A W. Main St. 


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